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Cheekyhandmades Helps Kids Participate in the Neighbourly Quilt

On Tuesday Jennie of Cheekyhandmades is leading a special kids focused workshop for the Neighbourly Quilt Project. This project for the 2012 E17 Art Trail is asking the Walthamstow community to represent what it means to be a good neighbour on a patch for a patchwork community quilt.

Kids are being invited to answer the question in a variety of media – glue, sparkles, thread, felt, markers etc – from 11-12:30 at the Mill Community Centre on Coppermill Lane. The session is supported by the High Street Ward Forum so that it can be run for a suggested donation of just £3. All supplies will be included. A carer does need to attend with participating children.

Jennie’s distinctive and playful style encourages kids to express themselves. Bring them along for this workshop – Tuesday, 11- to 12:30.

For more news from Cheekyhandmades check out Jennie’s latest newsletter.

For more news about the 2012 E17 Art trail check out their newsletter, and particularly note our Call to Artists for SOFT.

Written by significantseams

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